Summer | May Half Term Bucket List For Families

At the end of the Easter holidays, I was left feeling a bit flat.  I didn't feel like we had made the most of the time I had off with the kids.  I spent too much time trying to get the house in order, which was pretty pointless with having 2 toddlers. Sweeping the kitchen floor was the only thing I'd done that stuck out in my mind as it was time to return to work and the house looked no better for my efforts.  To be ahead of my game, this time, I have decided to come up with a bucket list of ideas to get us out and about.  Bucket Lists are, of course, very popular on Pinterest, so I've picked out a few activities that seem fun and achievable for us as a family.

Most of the activities I have picked are close to home.  I can't go very far with Harry and Matthew on my own, plus I'd like to give them some 'Mummy' attention for crafts, as I don't get much time in the week, normally.
I will be taking Lauren swimming without her brothers, but otherwise we will all join in with the activities.
What are your plans for half term?


  1. Half term is a mystery to me!! As my boys are only 2 it's holiday time ALL the time!!! I have to think of half term activities all day every day!! LOL! I think making a 'to-do' list is SUCH a good idea though maybe I should make myself a weekly list :) Thanks so much for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

    Caro |

  2. I couldn't take the week off work for our spring break, but we still managed to fit some extra fun (and lots of working-from-home snuggles) into our time! #TwinklyTuesday

  3. Oooh this is such a good idea! I'm always stuck for ideas to do with my two so will now be making a list. I too spend far more time trying to organise the house and not enough time doing stuff with the kids. After reading this you have made me realise that the housework can wait until next week. This week will be all about the fun. First stop - Teddy bears picnic! :-)